Hell Rell caught up with Vlad to talk about locked up rappers Max B and Tru Life.
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Hell Rell puts the rumors that he is suing Jim Jones to rest.
Apparently not happy with being left out of Summer Jam, 50 Cent has teamed up with Hot 97 for a ThisIs50 Festival at the Governor’s Island on October 3rd.
Acts include 50 Cent, G-Unit, Uncle Murda, Papoose, Hell Rell, J.R. Writer, Ron Browz, Corey Gunz, Maino, Trav, DJ Rob E Rob, Kid Cudi, Wale, Dipset and more.
That’s a nice line up.
Hell Rell, born Durell Mohammed, was a member of Cam’ron’s Diplomats crew, which at one point featured Cam, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Hell Rell, Max B, JR Writer and 40 Cal.
The lawsuit, which was filed in New York County Court, claims that Jim Jones, Koch, Tycoon Entertainment, Babygrande Records and E1 cheated him out of royalties.
Hell Rell signed with Koch/E1 in 2007 and released one album for the label, Hell Up in Harlem.
That album was followed with 2008′s Black Mask, Black Gloves which was released via the mom & pop label, Babygrande Records.
Hell Rell recently expressed his grievances with his former group members, claiming that Jim Jones and Juelz Santana ruined The Diplomats.
Santana has defended himself and Jones against any wrong doing, claiming Hell Rell needed a Diplomat reunion for financial reasons.
Hell Rell recently inked a deal with Money Maker Entertainment/EMI to release his third official album, Live From Hell.
Live From Hell is due in stores October 6.
Here’s an interesting video for ya. Hell Rell (who still shouts out Dipset) comes in with his new web series. I have to say… I don’t want to meet this dude in a dark alley. Dude looks like he’ll destroy you.
Woah, AZ dropped an album the other day? AZ is still rapping? Fuck yeah! I haven’t heard it, but I will definitely check it out. Do yourself (and him, one of the most underrated ever) a favor and do the same.
Here’s a song from the album, which is called Legendary, featuring Skeeh Louch and Hell Rell.